The type of clutch and flywheel you need depends on the kind of off-roading activities you enjoy. Drivers who engage in more aggressive and technical forms of the sport, such as rock crawling, usually operate in the lowest possible gearing. This gives them the power they need to conquer extreme terrain without stalling. But in order to do so, your clutch and flywheel must be able to accommodate the tire size, weight, and engine power of your Jeep Wrangler. A heavier flywheel results in a smoother idle and easier starts on tough trails, but acceleration may suffer a bit because of the added weight. We offer a varied selection of flywheel assemblies for manual and standard transmissions.
Over time, hydraulic clutch systems tend to leak or fail, resulting in poor clutch disengagement, and grinding gears. Restore the strength of your clutch, or replace that old component with one of our master cylinders, slave cylinders, or even the whole system all together! ExtremeTerrain has all of your drivetrain needs for your rig's desired set-up, preparing you and your for any terrain that stands in your way.
Faulty or broken clutch linkage is the number-one cause of clutch-related problems. Whether you have a broken clutch fork, linkage, or just a worn out pedal pad, ExtremeTerrain will have your rig's clutch management equipment under control, all in one place. Get your Wrangler's drivetrain back in to proper working order, and eliminate the stress of a bad clutch.
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